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justin, phoenix police are investigating a woman that was hurt inside a transport van. >> officers picked her up on assault and domestic violence charges. they say she was unconscious when they arrived. >> officers say she had a shoelace around her neck and that was attached to event s inside the van. here is a photo of hurricane nicole going over bermuda this afternoon. millions of americans along the pacific northwest are bracing for two powerful storms that are expected to bring
washington and even as far north as british colombia. let's take a look at the pinpoint doppler radar with paul. >> reporter: heavy rain is falling tonight for the first round of storms. there are two big systems from vancouver to seattle down through portland and towards areas of medford. strong winds are expected per-hour winds through the weekend and up to 20 inches of rain through sunday up in the cascades. let's zoom on down for us. we had mostly cloudy skies across the state. will it stay warm to the upcoming weekend? that answer coming up in a few minutes. new data shows nearly $15,000 -- 15,000 people
why could not arizona's website handle this traffic? >>. is live with some answers. >> reporter: the website crashed after getting 10 times more traffic than normal. late tonight, a spokesperson told me that the site chef -- shot itself down. making it the six biggest day of voter registration in arizona history. >> i think up a lot of people in the past left the process on their own. >> reporter: many people signed up online and all that traffic triggered a throttle. the spokesperson says the site has a on web traffic hilton to
hackers can overwhelm the website by flooding it with traffic. they did work to fix the problem but the self- defense shutdown gave a number of people trouble. >> on the 9th time it finally went through but that was after 45 minutes . it was frustrating. >> reporter: since august 2 have registered to vote. most of them seem to be democratic and younger in age. 42% of people to register without picking a party. registered republicans outpaces registered democrats by more than 150,000. a food company that
prison is not trying to defeat recreational marijuana in arizona. >> there is a campaign that is trying to take down 205. a company made a donation to protect its bottom line. >> the idea that we have prison companies contributing to anti- marijuana campaigns, this is in a spokesman says they made the contribution because legalizing marijuana would be bad for arizona. if 205 passes, adults can legally light up but that may have some consequences when it comes to your work. answers on how it can affect your work is coming up.
one of the deadliest highways and america. lindsey reiser has answers for us.>> reporter: the i-10 scans from california to florida and it is the 4th deadliest highway. love it, or hate it, we all drive it. the i- 10. >> they drive like maniacs. >> reporter: after analyzing crash data from 2001-2015, rated as the 4th deadliest highway. they say arizona is they 2nd deadliest state and phoenix is the 3rd deadliest city. >> we have so many people driving it and many drive aggressively. and you also have lack of barriers. >> reporter: david believes that one danger is a lack of
i-10 from phoenix to tucson. he says his clients, family members of clients who died are with him in court. they say the problem is driver behavior, driving under the influence, lack of seatbelt use and inattention. >> this is something we cannot stop. >> reporter: for now, a word of advice from one driver to >> slowdown. >> reporter: kpho special assignment reporter morgan loew looked into this barrier issue and we have a link to that on our free mobile app. we have a consumer alert for you tonight. honda is recalling 2016 civics because of an issue with the parking brake. the problem is the parking
not in gear. under -- honda will pay for the repairs. a big tow truck will be used to move this tanker tonight . they have pumped out more than 7000 gallons of diesel fuel after the truck got fire. no one was hurt but the offramp at miller road is still close. caught on camera, two people using credit cards. the suspect took a woman's purse from a grocery ca the victim tried to grab the purse back she was kicked and punched. if you recognize the man and woman in this video, please call 48 0-witness. critical staff will need to be hired and need to take a training course on scheduling medical appointments.
helping her husband plan a bombing where he is serving a life sentence at a prison. >> the arizona attorney general's office says her husband converted to islam while incarcerated and recently became radicalized. together they plan to bomb the prison. she was arrested. she had it is more important than ever for federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to work together to stop these terrorist plots. >> she has been in trouble with the law before and previously spent two years in prison for theft. we have an update for story we brought you last night. there is a local tight to a
at two police officers was jailed in the valley back in 2010. both police officers involved in the shootout last night are still in critical condition. authorities in boston say he was wearing body armor. he was shot dead at the scene. let's look outside at the temperatures. there was a high today of it is in the upper 70s right now with calm winds. a gorgeous sunset. it is officially at 5: 56. we got some terrific photos. thanks to everybody for that. there are a few clouds out there, mainly north of us, in sedona. mainly dry conditions out
weekend. next week looks pretty good as well. at sunrise, conditions at 66 degrees. temperatures dropping to 35 in flagstaff and 46 in prescott. highs across the state 94 in phoenix, upper 60s in flagstaff and 94 in tucson. here is the seven day planner. mid-90s over the weekend. time to get outside in the morning with temperatures close to 70. next week, the heat continues and temperatures stay above average through thursday with nothing but sunshine all week long. at 10:10:we have all of your answers. we will talk about legal weed and your workplace after the break.
sean mclaughlin, kris pickel, you're watching cbs 5 news at 10:00 p.m. the difference between it and alcohol is that period of time and there are different impairments that take place. >> there are a lot of questions out there about legal marijuana on the workplace -- and the workplace. >> reporter: if recreational use of marijuana passes this november, the language in prop 205 seems clear.
specializes in employment law says this is not a simple issue . >> it does not regulate what an employee can do at home. >> reporter: a spokesman for the campaign says marijuana can stay in the blood for up to three weeks and they don't believe it would be fair to fire someone solely on the basis that they had used marijuana. >> if you have somebody who wor position and they have it in their blood, i think you can make it -- make an argument about a justice issue. >> reporter: they say the ambiguity means a court may ultimately decide. the bigger problem for employers is preventing people from performing any task while impaired by marijuana that could constitute negligence or professional malpractice. >> you have issues with proving
marijuana use as opposed to something else. the different between it and alcohol is that the state in your system for a greater period of time. and it is much more difficult to come to a conclusion as to what was the cause of a certain liability in the workplace. >> reporter: he believes those are questions that will end up in court, meaning voters will not know the full minimum -- ramification of their decision until long after the bottom line is, if you believe you could be fired if you have marijuana in your system. in colorado, the state supreme court ruled against an employee for off-duty pot use. 300 vendors in the marijuana industry will kick off their second annual cannabis
all this weekend at the phoenix convention center downtown. a big honor and a big check to asu from the federal government. they are getting nearly $60,000 to continue working on protecting urban waterways. they are identifying ways to keep the valley's water clean. a neighborhood north of tucson is slowly letting people back into their homes right beehive the size of a large dog. the hive was 120 pounds and seven feet long. it housed 80,000 these but it may only be a matter of time before neighbors discover more. they say it is possible one in every five homes on that street
they think it will be springtime all over again because of the rain.>> a man says he is been to this same home four times in the last two years to deal with this problem . you may have noticed that gas prices are going up in arizona despite a drop in demand. we have seen 10 days wi $2.17. last year we were paying to 27 -- $2.27 a gallon. samsung has expanded its recall of galaxy note 7 smartphones. and that includes all replacement devices. the original and replacement are both prone to catching fire. samsung made their announcement
about passenger safety? some airlines are adding more fire resistant items to their planes.>> they are stocking up on fireproof bags just in case devices catch fire during a flight. samsung has more to worry about. now they are worried that customers are simply finished with all samsung devices keep customers loyal, samsung is offering $100 to customers who stick with them. those who want a full refund or switch to another brand will get an extra $25 from samsung for their trouble. put your hands behind your back. caught on camera out of
see that there. hoping to subdue an unruly man. judge mccain got very frustrated after this man talking back. >> you have a bad attitude. you even referenced a discussion about my own daughter. 45 days county jail. 93 days to the county jail. do you want to go for a year? try it right now. >> don't talk back to a judge. >> the man was only there to serve 3 days in jail. but you heard it right, the judge said 93 days in jail. also -- also caught on
fan climbed the glass wall and with right onto the ice. after sliding, the man got his footing and caught the ruckus. he is just running around the rink. [ laughter ] it is not easy helping a child who has been neglected or abused but a valley couple has found a unique communicate with them. in tonight's pay it forward we see the healing power of horses. >> reporter: amanda and chris moore have created something special on their ranch in three over day. >> -- in three over day -- rio verde
home up to kids who need a fresh start. all of the horses on the ranch have either been abandoned, abused, neglected and so have most of the kids. the more efficient decided to bring the two together as a form of therapy. >> i am a firm believer that if we give hits confidence that could be the change of everything for them. they they can and that they are worth it. >> reporter: they have that this program going on for nine years and they have helped more than 1000 people. all of the mentors are volunteers and the program is run entirely by donations. this volunteer reached out to us to pay it forward to the more efficient and give them $500. >> this will make a lot of difference. they have to feed the horses
all done voluntarily. they don't take any money from us. >> we are here because of all that you do. we are so impressed with how you take care of these children that are at risk and all of the horses that get involved in all of this. thanks to channel 5, they have given you $500. [ applause ] paying it forward extract thank you as president, president obama will be a guest on the late show was stephen colbert. that is happening this coming
sheriff paul babeu was headmaster at desisto school in massachusetts. a boarding school rife with abuse. a lot of things went down that probably shouldn't have. because none of this was found. except these records show the state found it, students and parents testified about it, and a judge ordered it to stop. the cornering, the sheeting, i didn't know how to live and function as a normal human being. i'll end with that, thank you so much.
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